A purple Nokia Pro Cam tile hints at more sophisticated camera controls on the rumored handset.
Nokia has been using Zeiss lenses on its high end smartphones since 2005. But this leaked shot of the rear panel has a different design than the PureView 808 and lacks the Zeiss tag.

Rumors of a new 41-megapixel Nokia smartphone have been circulating for a while, but images of both the front and rear panels of what look to be Nokia's next device have been newly shared via @evleaks on Twitter.  While initially thought to bear the Lumia 1020 tag, @evleaks (which has a good track record for accuracy), tweeted that the latest information indicates the new "EOS" phone will  be called the Nokia 909 and not the Lumia 1020. The leaked photos are said to be the AT&T version of the handset.

The front panel of the leaked image shows a Pro Cam tile, suggesting more a sophisticated camera app. The rear is equipped with a large, round  large lens bump, but no Zeiss label appears.

Since press invites were sent for Nokia's July 11 press event, there's also been much speculation about extended zoom capabilities of the rumored new phone.  We'll be there to get our hands on whatever Nokia has coming next week.

This press invitation and teaser hints at extended zoom capabilities.

Nokia's official blog, Conversations, will stream the press conference live on July 11, beginning at 11 a.m. EDT.